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Charles Town, West Virginia
December 18, 1969     Spirit of Jefferson Farmers Advocate
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T SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMER'S ADVOCATE ~he Masonic Order. ~H, I :~ J T & h^.& I IURSI)AV r~MT~p 1~ 1 a~o A ,~ The deceased was born in Jeff i [JG~ JUIII~U /lU3/ V~/, ~,L ~ i, ,~--o erson County January 7 1915 a]. . son of the late Edward and Rac IBank Ot t;llarles/own ~ nimmmmia hel Ann Twyman .Johnson Ilel " " "~""--"1i worked for a number of years at[ ~ ~ ~l~,Illll~. ~ i ~ the Jefferson County Motors in ] :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 1 ~irlil~ II~ J~ ! ~ i Charles Town and was a mutuell ~ ~ clerksatetheaCharlmeSmTOWn race [ ::::: :::::::::: :::::::: :: track, w a e be of theI i~:i::ii:.:~ili:iiiiiili~:i:~i~t~ii!~i:::~i B'"-- Wainwright Baptist Church and[ T zd r . Young, Broad-Breasted STRAINED :W. ~,xu L. (Chalky)WATERS herdstown, who died Thursday, Masonic Lodge No. 1 and the[ ~ Funeral services were held Dec. 11 in the Baker V. h. Center Zenith Club. I ::~:~i:!ilili!::i:::::::~::iii!::::~i:::~::iii::~::~il '; afternoon (Thursdav) at 2 near Martinsburg. Then Saturday Surviving are his widow, Mrs :!iiiii::!i!:i::i i #::::::ii:iiiiiiiii!::i:ii!: I i m / rII m IANBER! :i: from the SamDles Manor at 12:30 p m. graveside service Pearl L Washington lohnson; i:~::!:~::i~ii:/i:~ ~:i~i::i!::ii~i::::ii~ treh of God by theRex' H S :were held at Elmwood Cemetery, three sons Sills of Chambersburg OCEAN SPRAY d trehey, for -Boyd Luther with the Reverend Father Cyril Pa.; James of Baltimore, Md.; and I !i!iii::~:::~,i~i~:~;~i::i!i~i ~m i ii i 1 ~ / ~ l-ib; ~!41~( 1 alky) Waters, 71, of Dargan, Draina officiated for both set-i of Charles Town; three daughters[ ~.i~:::: ,Who died unexpectedly Sun-vices. } Mrs. Ardalia Taylor of Chambers-[ FANCY GRADE"A'l L ~;7A77 ~ ,~ ,Dec. 14, at his home Burial The deceased was born in Was- burg, Pa.; Miss Glenda Johnson [ ~~;ill 20-24 ibs. 17-20 Jbs. 10-16 ibs. "I ' made in the Samples Manor hington, D. C January 4, 1926, and Miss Deborah Johnson at the[ l~:i::l 9 2Q Cemetery. ,- la son of Lawerence Smith, Sr home; five grandchildren; two ] 39 |b43 |~ 41 ~~~*~-~ i -- deceased was born in Dar-~and the late Catherine O'Neill sisters-Mrs. Bertha Mitchell, ~::l i ""L v. ~~ ?eb 6 1898 a son of the Smith. He was employed for a Hagerstown; and Mrs. Carl LeeI ohn Newton'and Frances D time with Winner Limited, Inc Gaskins, of Charles Town; a bro- I ~n Waters He was employ" of Baltimore, Md and later was ther, DeHartman Johnson of [ the Standard Plant of Ame self employed in a loundromatic Cleveland, Ohio; and a numberI Ib Marietta at Millvile, for Equipment Sales Service. He was of nieces and nephews. [ Years as a laborer until his a member of St. Agnes Catholic ----'--------- I neat He was a member of Church, Shepherdstown and the T ^ D^~ *m - ] JOHN R. ALLEN I LANCASTER BRAND QUALITY ~ ~ i " ' ". ' . ' ". !i -" . . . . 20-24 Ibs. 17-20 Ibs. 10-16 lus. 3 g L. of Sh p bu g ,~ hildren Vathie Jo Shar David Wayne Viands of 12th Ave I - I l U,S.GO /T. INSPECTED[ lb."/" ~e and Milton Waters both " .'~," . . aepartment. LANCASTER TENDER uan ~, ,~, ~,::, on Jayne and Bridget Colleen all nue Ranson as the driver Nelt I ' |bo/-- Ib~ Iv i BRAND, 1 -~ u ~,c,oo. o. ~,o.var; -, [ bar Viands nor the two nassen~, I Allen IS a son at ~o~. ann mrs. I andc r at nome; tour sisters Mrs t~c~, ,- ~, hlldren; five great- " his car Greoor'" Painter lolJohn J. Allen who purchased I NEWI $E~SAJTING 15-22 ~O-~, ! []/ / III I l l Waters of Sharpsburg. Ro"b side: Md.; and Mrs. Patrick Charles Town State Police said [ John was graduated f -I ~;~;;~:.:;~7~;~;~;~;~;;!!;~;!!L~m~;~;~;~;~;~;;~t~;~!;~!;~;~; ~;~;~;~;!~;~!~!~;~;~m~;~;;~m!;~;~;~;~;~;~!;~! STEAK i i i ~l/ll~lllll~ I aY~ond and Lester Waters Bridge of Goodard, Md.; three, the Viands, car headed south on ]hedral High School, Omaha, NebI i]ii#i!i~~~iliJ~~i!i~ ~:":i ::!::::::~i:::::i::~::iii~iii~i~i::::ii~::~i#!i~i~ii~ii~ rtinsburgrgan; and Garland Waters, dorf, Md.; Lawrence D. Smith, ] struck a w den fence belonging[ versity. Pri r t c naing t Jeff'lbr thers - Robert I. Smith, Wal-[the highway, went out of control[ raska and he attended Omah Uni[ !~!i!iiHABi!i iiiliiii ii!i:: i!~ii:,~!iii!iiiiii~ii!i}ii{ii ~i~!si:iiii~ili!iii~i)iiiii}iiiiii~~iiiii~iil~ ii!i~ i ," I Jr of Oakland, Calif.; and Jose-[to Betty Pikering and overturned l erson County he resided in Vie-I i~i~ii ilii~ilii iiii "~iiiiiiiii~ |N~SSiiii#iiiiiii~i~::::. :ii!ii!!!ii!I~: .::i!ii~ " JOHN H SHANNON ph A. Smith, Morningside, Md. I Damage to the car and fence lnna, Va where he was employed| ~i! iiii!ii~i ~i~i!iiii i !ii e " ' ~,was placed at $200. Viands was ] by the Old Dominion Bank and[ ~:~ :~~ ~ ~: [ [': "~ ~ ~ ~ ! I [~[~[N ~ ~ N i* ' LAWRENCE E. GROVE ]charged with failure to have his[ the Suburban National Bank in[ ~:~. ~i ~.~.~,~.:.~:::~;~;;~;~; ~,~:;::~:::~ ~,~m~:~ ~:~i~ :~i~;~m - xx a. m. trom ~t. reter s " ' n er contr I rli on ~ic Churoh in 14arnar~ Funeral services were held car u d ol. A ngt . [ by the R~v~r~nd Father Tuesday at 2 p. m: from the Me- / ~ii~}~ ~ {i ii i::iiii iii ~, ,- neral ' THE .rt Stack for Mrs Marie via T. ~trluer Uolonlal ru #, . .el In ia / I I~ IF. htl I O$CAR.YER I&NCASIERSRANDJQUARECOTSHOULOER i ~HN~DERIt~INI ~~~1i ~a ' '. Home in Ranson ,for Lawrence ft. shShna:::n~f 6h5e s i:nengf Eugene Grove, 81, retired farmer santa ulnn t maKe If [$Ul }/umers I Sliced Boi0flna. c Ved Roast ,b 69' / lb. J eetion ' of Summit Point, widowerer of of Jefferson County, a led" Friday Dec 12, in Fair Edith' L. Grove, who died! S tar- Did TO CI|V 0[ Chadl s Town s Annual I,O$CARMAYERAllBeefB010gna: ,g 7 57c JHOULDESVealChops 1679c PORTERHOUSE. Ib.~l /[t~. ~Untv ~r~~' ~r,~n;*~ ,u day, Dec. 13, in Charles Town '1 ', I lon~,' iiln'ess~O"Buria~'was General Hospital. The Rev. Glenn ~m[~]~m~* D~.$. U^l ] UA~n~Rx ~l*|M~ [ in S~ ,~ ~ a,~m,~,~,-, i. Stevens officited and burial was I,111131111113 1-11111 II~l J IVlUIIUOI Illqill [ 7::7 J "- made in the Masonic Cemetery o " ~ [ I~NcAJTERBRAND 63c TENDERVEAL 89c a SEAFOOD $[L[ TI0NS! Nil Ferry ',ceased was born in Lynn at. Mlddleway . Santa Claus did not make it, were the City Fathers, many city[ am[ : ~ oa~t lb. PRESHtYSHUCg~TaNV~Rn an. 21, 1904, a daughter . ~earers were: ~usey uarper, but some 52 other county arid empoyees, members of the Ran-/ !ate Patrick and Nora, Jonn ~nesmre, he- municipal officials and other spe son and Charles Town Municipal/ C ' c I~o~--. Sliced Bologna R.73 Neck or Shank 57 uyslers )lira U as ~ mere raG, t=nesnlre, WilliS ~laSSCOCK . g e. She w and Dick Schmidt cial guests, did for ,the annual and State Police departments,| i' James Catholic Church. City of Charles Town s Christmas members of the Charles Town ~kNCASTERBRANO CHOPPED HAM OR LANCASTERBRAHD, FROZEN FANCY~E~IU~$O-~COUNT in in her The aecease(1 wasDarnInMar g ' addition to ~ narty which was held Monday Public Relations Committee, the Smoked Beef L0d. 2';:;;.85 Ved Steaks gJg ;,"o ,~ ~1 * rimn 1 arethree children - Mrs. tinsburg, May 24, 1888, a son at night in the Council room in the radio and newspapers and other ~''aaamal~ e,l~. i ~1 Scale of Ffiirfax, Va"the late David R. and Elizanetn e;, R,ilrlln~, ~rmeiai ~,~gt~ Mc'Kenna, of Oxnard~ Bane Grove. For years he was "~-~ " and John M. Shannon of Dayton, Dayton, grandchildren; a sister Montague, of Swahp- ss.; and two brothers --- and Lee Moat of Swampscott, Masa. (JACK) F. SMITH~ service was held at 8 p.m. from the Strider Sudley Funeral ;hepherdstown for John Smith, 43, of Shep- ST K ALGER West Washington St. TOWN, W. VA. Interest Earning OF CHARLES TOWN I E. Washington St. a ber F. D. I. C, employed at the George Crim orchards in Summit Point until his retirement. He was a member of the Metho disC Church. Surviving are two sons, Alton E. Grove of Leetown; and C. D.qvid Grove of Charles Town; :six~~ar~dchildren; three gre~f grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. THOMAS M. EDDY Thomas M. Eddy of near Bal- timore, Md died at his home Sunday morning December 14. He was a former resident of Middleway, W. Va. He is surviv- ed by his wife, Mrs. Grace Anna Pifer Eddy formerly of Winches- ter, Va a sister-in-law, Mrs. Kathryn Pifer Nicely and a bro- ther-in-law, Jacob R. Pifer of Mid dleway also a brother-in-law, G. Olin Pifer of Martinsburg. Rites Held Monday For Silas C. "Pete" Johnson Funeral services were held Monday at 2 p. m. from the Wain wright Baptist Church in Charles Town by the Rev. Matthew Hur- ley, for Sills Codwell "Pete" Johnson, 54, of West Washington street, Charles Town, who died Friday, Dec. 12, at the Charles Town General Hospital, after an illness of one week. Burial was mad in the Fairview Cemetery, following graveside services by The affair which has been one of the social highlights of the pre-Christmas season in Charles Town for some years, was hosted by Charles Town's Mayor Donald E. Master and former Mayor Nic- holas Carson. The group was first served a :bou~U~ :,me~ buffet style at 6:30 and, included on the menu steamed shrimp, fried chicken, countrY, ham, crab meat, potato salad, cold slaw, several kinds of cheeses, pickles, olives, coffee, cokes, bread and cake for desert. Following the meal, both May- or Master and former Mayor Car- son spoke briefly, extending a welcome to those present and wishing all a Merry Christmas. Mayor Master presented the Reverend J. Lee Williams, pastor of the Charles Town United Asbury Methodist Church, who provided a lighter and most hum- orous touch for the evening's fes LEvities with brief remarks, most of them on a jolly and laughable tone. Others in the gathering who were introduced and acknowledg- ed the introductions with brief remarks were Judge Gray Silver, Jr .and Attorney Henry W. Mor- row. The Council Chamber had been beautifully decorated by the lad- ies of the municipal water de- partment and wives of city off- icials. Invocation for the dinner was also given by the Reverend Mr. Williams. Among those in attendance Does the thought of the Christ- mar r~ [ea~e: ~ou with sore feet, a pounding~headache and a fantic, frustrated feeling that you won't have time to get everything done and still look your best for the holiday party whirl? Here's a quintet of tips that are certain to have you feeling soci- ally secure and succeeding at Christmas without really trying. Aching feet. Besides making sure you do your shopping in your most comfortable shoes, treat your feet to a cool, tingling bicarbonate of soda bath when Freshest Produce Under the Sun/ LARGE, SWEET JUICY FLORIDA oo,o 3 35' RIPE ** * *,Ibs. REGULAR OR DRIP, iDEAl. Coffee '"'' '" " SlTS CALENDAR CANISTER, "can " I ~il a,~.~plete horae heatin$ --, vzce~, call: 25-7510 W. Va. FARMDALE Tender; Sweet Peas 6 4' OFF! ALL-PURPOSE Pillsbury Flour '-" 49' . . *****,*** bali FARMDALE YELLOW CLING 1,:lb - -- """ 39' Sliced Peaches 4 bunches o * * t * cans S you get home. Spend a few men- FRESH utes too on those neglected, not- cmsP very-pretty corns and calluses if I FRESH 1*lb. C IDEAL VAC PACK ( 18-oz. or iN SYRUP 23- z.) you expect to glide gracefully l . Carrots o 2, ,39 Sweet Potatoes 3 89' from party-to-party on sCrappy [ W sandals - the season's "in" shoes. ':i *; FANG'~ 3-1b: C J "Wondering how you can ,nesa ~ A| I~l'~ .u Y 39 WHOLEKERNE/ ' 12-*z C [stretch your gift budget to fill Niblets Corn 4 89 those Christmas stockings? Try .' Sweet Potatoes 3.29c answering that S. O. S. with a "Save On Shopping" Stocking. The average American spends $62 a year at drug and cosmetics lllliil i i I i ill lilllllii REFRESHING ORANGE CONCENTRATE .~. counters ,so save your friends dollars, and early New Year shop ping trips with imaginatively wrapped, indispensible beauty and grooming aids such as lip- stick, razor blades, quick shoe- shine pads, eye-glass cleaners and soap. Last month Mrs. John Thornburg of Shepherdstown, donated one of her oil paintings, entitled "Still Life," to the Charles Town General Hospital Building Fund. Since the two other local people, Stephen Luckett of Halltown and John R. Allen, who has Joined 'the staff of the Trust Departraent of the Bank of Charles Town. have also donated paintings which they have done to the same benevolent cause. And the above picture shows (left to right)--Mr. Luckett, with the water color painting he donated to 'the fund; Allen with his oil painting, entitled "Cyprus Trees;" Mrs. Thornton, and Sh|rley M. Hunt, of Chart~ Town, general ehairman of the hospital campaign committee, who purehased the painting by Mrs. Thornburg. The painting by Mr. Luckett and the one by Mrs. Thornburg are On display at the Charles Town General Hospital and 'the painting by Allen and some other paintings by Luckett are on display at the Bank of Charles Town.